Nancy Ravesloot v. Administrative Committee, et al

Plaintiff - Appellant: NANCY RAVESLOOT
Defendant - Appellee: ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE, of the Employee Benefits Management Department for Baxter International, Incorporated, in its capacity as Plan Administrator of the ERISA Plan for Baxter International, Incorporated and HARTFORD FINANCIAL SERVICES GROUP
Case Number: 08-2219
Filed: May 16, 2008
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Seventh Circuit
Nature of Suit: Employee Retirement

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Plaintiff - appellant: NANCY RAVESLOOT
Represented By: Mark D. DeBofsky
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Defendant - appellee: ADMINISTRATIVE COMMITTEE, of the Employee Benefits Management Department for Baxter International, Incorporated, in its capacity as Plan Administrator of the ERISA Plan for Baxter International, Incorporated
Represented By: Elizabeth G. Doolin
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Defendant - appellee: HARTFORD FINANCIAL SERVICES GROUP
Represented By: Elizabeth G. Doolin
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